Your question: What religion is the New Life Church?

We believe in one holy catholic2 and apostolic Church. We acknowledge one baptism for the forgiveness of sins. We look for the resurrection of the dead, and the life of the world to come. Amen.

What kind of religion is New Life Church?

New Life Christian Fellowship (NLCF) is an evangelical Christian church in Blacksburg, Virginia that ministers to the Virginia Tech and New River Valley communities.

Who runs New Life Church?

Senior pastor Stephen Miller, of Manukau New Life Church in Manurewa, talks about the free weekly community soup kitchen his church runs for people in need. A community soup kitchen is serving up more than hot meals.

What denomination is Life Community Church?

Water of Life Community Church is an evangelical charismatic mega church that defied the California government rules on COVID-19. They opened up and resumed indoor services.

What do New Life Church believe?

New Life Church is committed to each generation and every stage of life, from exploring the Bible with children to finding community as a single to leading discussions about God’s faithfulness with grandparents.

What denomination is new life mission?

New Life Church (Colorado Springs, Colorado)

New Life Church
Country United States
Denomination Nondenominational
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What denomination is Life Church NZ?

New Life Churches, New Zealand

New Life Churches
Denomination Pentecostal
Founded 1978

Who is Takbana?

Tak Bhana is a New Zealand born Indian who was introduced to the gospel of Jesus Christ while a law student at Auckland University. His life was radically changed when he made the decision to make Jesus Christ the Saviour and Lord of his life. Faith in Jesus Christ has been the passion of his life since.

When did Life Church NZ start?

The LIFE Church is a Pentecostal church founded in 1991 by Paul and Maree de Jong. In 2010 the church had 8,000 members meeting at six venues across greater Auckland.

Who is Doyle Davidson?

The women adored the preacher, Doyle Davidson, a former veterinarian who peppered his sermons with lessons he’d learned doctoring animals. Davidson was different from other televangelists–unpolished, voice as gravelly as a cement mixer, wisdom gleaned not from seminary but from his event-filled life.